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22 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com AUGUST 23 , 2017
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Local Events
Bluegrass Music : Three Rivers Bluegrass Music and Relay for Life Team Alana presents bluegrass music at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites , 115 N . Water St ., on SR 541 beside McDonald ’ s , once a month . Admission is $ 7 per person ; those 12 and under , no charge . Featured band is from 7 – 9:15 p . m . Acoustic jam is 9:30 – 10:30 p . m . For information , call 740-498-8456 . The next event will be Aug . 26 and the featured band will be Suger Creek Bluegrass Band .
Coshocton First Friday : This is a free event to the public held the first Friday of each month May through September from 5 - 8 p . m . on the Court square in beautiful downtown Coshocton . Brought to you by Farmers Insurance , Jon Ianniello Agency , each month has a unique theme , so plan to attend them all . Sept . 1 : First Friday is combined with Appalachian Bacon Nation for a two-day event . Recurring monthly activities include kids ’ games , music , vendors , crafts , Kyle Libby State Farm Cruise-In car show ! To sign up as a vendor , volunteer , or if you have questions , contact Our Town Coshocton by Facebook , email to ourtowncoshocton @ gmail . com , or call ( 740 ) 292-1191 .
5K Walk : The Ohio East Area Team of Operation Christmas Child is sponsoring a Family Fun Trail 5K Run / Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run / Walk on Saturday , Sept . 9 at the Norma Johnson Center , SR 39 , Conservation Drive , Dover . Come in your best Christmas costume and have a chance to win a prize . There will also be refreshments and face painting . Awards will be given to individuals and families . This race is a chip timed event . You can register online at https :// register . chronotrack . com / r / 32107 . Register by Aug . 18 and receive a free t-shirt . You may also register the day of the event beginning at 8 a . m . Each registrant is required to bring two of the following shoebox items listed : school supply , small stuffed animal , doll or toy that would fit inside a shoebox . All proceeds will go toward shoebox items and shipping of shoeboxes . For more information , please contact T . Raber at 330-440-4428 .
Habitat for Humanity Golf Scramble : Coshocton County Habitat for Humanity will have their four-person golf scramble on Saturday , Sept . 9 at River Greens Golf Course . Master Builder , $ 1,000 : Includes one team , major media coverage , shelter banner , tee box sign , and listing in program . Carpenter , $ 500 : Includes one team , shelter banner , tee box sign , and listing in program . Journeyman , $ 250 : Includes shelter banner , tee box sign , and listing in program . Apprentice , $ 100 : Includes tee box sign and listing in program . Friend of Habitat , less than $ 100 : Includes listing in program . Make checks payable to Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County , Mail to Habitat for Humanity , 84 Pine St ., Coshocton .
Haunted 5K : The Habitat “ Haunted 5K / 10K Hustle ” for Humanity will be Saturday , Oct . 28 at Burt Park , West Lafayette at 8:30 a . m . Contact Brittleigh Smith for race entry at 740-622-7787 . 5K Walk / Run : $ 20 pre-registration , $ 25 race day ; 10K Run : $ 35 pre-registration , $ 40 race day

Announcements

Donor Needed : Nancy Shambaugh suffers from a bone marrow alteration due to chemotherapy that affects blood production and can produce a deadly type of leukemia . A bone marrow transplant is her only chance of surviving this onslaught of blood cancers . At this time , there is no matches in the donor registry . If you are between the ages of 18 and 44 and in general good health , you could possibly help Nancy . All you have to do is visit join . bethematch . org / nancysheroes to receive a mouth swab kit delivered free to your home to see if you are a match .
Little Free Library : In cooperation with the Village of West Lafayette Park Board , the Little Free Library is now placed at Burt Park . This library belongs to everyone . Anyone can use it : neighbors , friends , and passersby . The books are always free . Everyone is encouraged to come to Burt Park and explore this addition to the park . Engage in taking a book sit at the park and enjoy reading it . When your schedule will not allow that , take a book with you . When finished , bring the book back so others may enjoy the experience . You can also leave a book for someone else to read . We appreciate the support Village of West Lafayette Park Board and their willingness to improve utilization of the park .
Class Reunion : The Ridgewood Class of 1977 is having its 40th reunion on Friday , Aug . 25 at 26089 TR 180 , Fresno . Deadline to RSVP is Aug . 18 . Classmates and their guests may begin socializing at 1 p . m . with dinner beginning at 6 p . m . Cost is $ 20 per person and includes a chicken or pork dinner and live musical entertainment . For more information , contact Lonnie at 740- 630-5406 or Jim at 740-502-6937 . Class members are also encouraged to attend the Buckeye Trail at Ridgewood football game at 7 p . m ., Saturday , Aug . 26 .
NCT Reunion : Members of the Newcomerstown High School class of 1955 will have their reunion Saturday and Sunday , Aug . 26 – 27 . The Saturday buffet-style dinner will be at 5 p . m . at the Calvary United Methodist Church , 151 West State St . On Sunday , there will be a breakfast served in the fellowship hall before the 10 a . m . worship service at the church . Class member Dr . Alfred “ Duke ” Heller will speak during the service . For reservations or additional information , call Shirley Willer Kirkpatrick at 740-545-6549 or Duke and Wanda Rogers Heller at 614-746-1636 .
Reunion : The annual Cognion Reunion will be Aug . 27 at RHDD gym , the former Washington School , located at 1517 Chestnut Street . Dinner will be at 12:30 p . m . Please bring a covered dish . Meat and drinks will be provided .
Wilden Reunion : The Wilden reunion will be Aug . 27 at the Conesville Fire Station at noon . Lunch will be served at 1 p . m .
Class Reunion : The Ridgewood Class of 1997 is having its 20-year class reunion on Saturday , Sept . 2 , at the River Grille in Coshocton , 6 p . m ., in the downstairs room . Barbecue prepared by McGarvey ’ s Backwood BBQ ( Pork or Chicken ) and sides , salad , and dessert
by Schumaker Farms . All alcohol must be purchased at the bar at the River Grille . Meal price is $ 25 single , $ 45 couple . Please mail payment to Kacey ( Hendricks ) Lahna , 125 East Wood Ave ., West Lafayette . Any questions , call or text Kacey at ( 740 ) 294-9750 .
Killbuck School Reunion : Killbuck School Reunion which is held annually on Labor Day weekend will be held Saturday , Sept . 2 at 10 a . m . at the school cafeteria . Anyone who attended school at Killbuck is invited . The Class of 1962 will host the reunion . For more information , please call 740-294-9862 .
PERI Meeting : Coshocton County Public Employee Retirees will meet Sept . 6 at noon at the senior center . Special meeting Oct . 4 with new district representative , Jack Kibble . Ask questions , solve problems . Call the senior center for lunch reservations at 740-622- 4852 .
Wanted : Individuals who are interesting in becoming an emergency medical technician ( EMT ). Begins Sept . 7 from 5 – 9 p . m . at Coshocton ’ s COTC campus . For more information , contact Terry Shroyer , education coordinator , Coshocton County EMS , 740-622-4294 or terryshroyer @ coshoctoncounty . net .
Get-Together : Pretty Products get-together at Lake Park at 5 p . m . on Sept . 8 . Please bring a covered dish and your own drinks .
Family Reunion : Albertson Family Reunion will be held Sept . 10 at Edie Ryan ’ s Family Restaurant at noon .
Navy Air Carrier Reunion : All former Navy Air Carrier personnel are invited to the annual reunion of the former crew members of the U . S . S . Intrepid at Raven ’ s Glenn on Sept . 16 . For more information , contact Bob Hall at 740-327-1150 .
Multi-Class Reunion : CHS Multi-Class Reunion for classes 1960s through 1970s will be Saturday , Sept . 30 from 6 p . m . – midnight at the Lake Park Pavilion . There will be a variety of music and appetizers from 6:30 – 8:30 p . m . No reservations necessary unless you want to eat . If so , text or call Mike Buck at 912-571- 9149 . All proceeds go to a Coshocton-based charity . There will also be a wine tour on Sept . 29 . To RSVP for the wine tour , contact Ann Bonnette at 813-404-9694 . Questions : mbuck88 @ gmail . com .
Class Reunion : CHS Class of 1977 will have its 40th reunion celebration on Friday , Oct . 6 and Saturday , Oct . 7 . Friday night , there will be a pre-reunion gathering at Clay ’ s at 6 p . m . Saturday begins with a golf outing at River Greens Golf Course at 10 a . m . Saturday night from 5 – 6:30 p . m ., there will be a social time at the Coshocton Moose Lodge . Dinner begins at 7 p . m . and music and reminiscing will be at 9 p . m . Contact Clay Corder at 740-622-1381 or claycorder @ sbcglobal . net for more information and details . Deadline for reservations is Sept . 1 .
Free Baby Clothes : The Pregnancy Distress Center offers free maternity , baby clothing , and baby items . Open Tuesday night from 6 – 8 p . m . or by appointment if necessary . They are located at 819 Main St ., Coshocton
. 24-hour help , call 740-622-3808 .
Wall of Honor : The Wall of Honor is a continuous slide show shown on a TV screen in the Coshocton County Auditor ’ s office window . It honors those from our community who are actively serving in any of the branches of the US military , the US military reserves or Ohio National Guard . The Wall of Honor is sponsored by Blue Star Moms of Coshocton County OH59 . We desire to update this tribute to our military forces and are requesting anyone who has a family member serving in the military to please contact either Bess VanAtta at 740-623-8062 or Becky Bowden at 740-327-2235 for information on how to submit a picture for the Wall of Honor . We also would appreciate receiving updates for those military members currently on the Wall of Honor .
Research Study : Women are eligible to participate in a research study involving relationships and intimacy after a cancer diagnoses . You may be eligible if you are a woman ages 18 and over , have a male partner , and have been treated for cancer . You will participate in a 20-minute phone survey or a 30-minute online survey . Participates will receive a $ 20 Amazon gift code . For more information , contact Liz at 614-293-0811 or RICatOSU @ gmail . com . The study is being performed by The Ohio State University .

Benefits

Benefit for Troy “ T-Bone ” Berry : The sixth annual Troy “ T-Bone ” Berry Benefit Night will be Sept . 16 at the Elks Lodge on Chestnut Street in Coshocton . An auction will be at 4 p . m . and there will be food , raffles , and a DJ starting at 8 p . m . They are still looking for donations for the auction and hole sponsors for the golf classic on Sept . 17 at Hickory Flats Golf Course . Contact Jamie Shample with any questions : 740-294-0191 .

Sports

Soccer Camp : Register your child for High Power Soccer Camp . For boys and girls age Kindergarten-6th Grade . For the athlete and the non-athlete . Drills / Skills / Soccer Games . Cost : $ 5 . Three Thursdays : Aug . 24 , 31 and Sept . 7 , 6 – 8 p . m . Contact Pastor Neal and Julie Dearyan at 740-545-9707 or register your child at www . funohiokids . com . High Power Soccer Camp will be held at Baltic Park in Baltic , Ohio . Sponsored by Chili Crossroads Bible Church .
1997 State Play-Off Team : River View will be honoring the 20 year anniversary of the 1997 state playoff team at half time of the game on Aug . 25 . All players , coaches , cheerleaders , managers , trainers , and administrators are invited to attend . Please pass on this information . This is a great way to kick off the 2017 season . # PMA # gobears . Email cindy . hemming @ rvbears . org or call 740-824-4260 to sign up for this event .
Golf Tournament : The 14th annual Keely Maxwell Memorial Golf Tournament will be Sunday , Sept . 10 at Hickory Flats . Shotgun start at 9 a . m . For more information , call Todd Maxwell at 740-202-0972 or Wendy Kimberley at 740-502-2174 .
22 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com AUGUST 23, 2017 |  COMMUNITY CALENDAR Local Events Announcements Bluegrass Music: Three Rivers Bluegrass Music and Relay for Life Team Alana presents bluegrass music at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites, 115 N. Water St., on SR 541 beside McDonald’s, once a month. Admission is $7 per person; those 12 and under, no charge. Featured band is from 7 – 9:15 p.m. Acoustic jam is 9:30 – 10:30 p.m. For information, call 740-498-8456. The next event will be Aug. 26 and the featured band will be Suger Creek Bluegrass Band. Donor Needed: Nancy Shambaugh suffers from a bone marrow alteration due to chemotherapy that affects blood production and can produce a deadly type of leukemia. A bone marrow transplant is her only chance of surviving this onslaught of blood cancers. At this time, there is no matches in the donor registry. If you are between the ages of 18 and 44 and in general good health, you could possibly help Nancy. All you have to do is visit join.bethematch.org/nancysheroes to receive a mouth swab kit delivered free to your home to see if you are a match. Coshocton First Friday: This is a free event to the public held the first Friday of each month May through September from 5 - 8 p.m. on the Court square in beautiful downtown Coshocton. Brought to you by Farmers Insurance, Jon Ianniello Agency, each month has a unique theme, so plan to attend them all. Sept. 1: First Friday is combined with Appalachian Bacon Na- tion for a two-day event. Recurring monthly activities include kids’ games, music, vendors, crafts, Kyle Libby State Farm Cruise-In car show! To sign up as a vendor, volunteer, or if you have questions, contact Our Town Coshocton by Facebook, email to ourtowncoshocton@ gmail.com, or call (740) 292-1191. 5K Walk: The Ohio East Area Team of Operation Christmas Child is sponsoring a Family Fun Trail 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Sept. 9 at the Norma Johnson Center, SR 39, Conservation Drive, Dover. Come in your best Christmas costume and have a chance to win a prize. There will also be refreshments and face painting. Awards will be given to individuals and families. This race is a chip timed event. You can register online at https://register.chro- notrack.com/r/32107. Register by Aug. 18 and receive a free t-shirt. You may also register the day of the event beginning at 8 a.m. Each registrant is required to bring two of the following shoebox items listed: school supply, small stuffed animal, doll or toy that would fit inside a shoebox. All proceeds will go toward shoebox items and shipping of shoeboxes. For more informa- tion, please contact T. Raber at 330-440-4428. Habitat for Humanity Golf Scramble: Coshocton County Habitat for Humanity will have their four-per- son golf scramble on Saturday, Sept. 9 at River Greens Golf Course. Master Builder, $1,000: Includes one team, major media coverage, shelter banner, tee box sign, and listing in program. Carpenter, $500: Includes one team, shelter banner, tee box sign, and listing in program. Journeyman, $250: Includes shelter banner, tee box sign, and listing in program. Apprentice, $100: Includes tee box sign and listing in program. Friend of Habitat, less than $100: Includes listing in program. Make checks payable to Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County, Mail to Habitat for Humanity, 84 Pine St., Coshocton. Haunted 5K: The Habitat “Haunted 5K/10K Hustle” for Humanity will be Saturday, Oct. 28 at Burt Park, West Lafayette at 8:30 a.m. Contact Brittleigh Smith for race entry at 740-622-7787. 5K Walk/Run: $20 pre-registra- tion, $25 race day; 10K Run: $35 pre-registration, $40 race day Little Free Library: In cooperation with the Village of West Lafayette Park Board, the Little Free Library is now placed at Burt Park. This library belongs to everyone. Anyone can use it: neighbors, friends, and passersby. The books are always free. Everyone is encouraged to come to Burt Park and explore this addition to the park. Engage in taking a book sit at the park and enjoy reading it. When your schedule will not allow that, take a book with you. When finished, bring the book back so others may enjoy the experience. You can also leave a book for someone else to read. We appreciate the support Village of West Lafayette Park Board and their willingness to improve utilization of the park. Class Reunion: The Ridgewood Class of 1977 is having its 40th reunion on Friday, Aug. 25 at 26089 TR 180, Fresno. Deadline to RSVP is Aug. 18. Classmates and their guests may begin socializing at 1 p.m. with dinner beginning at 6 p.m. Cost is $20 per person and includes a chicken or pork dinner and live musical entertain- ment. For more information, contact Lonnie at 740- 630-5406 or Jim at 740-502-6937. Class members are also encouraged to attend the Buckeye Trail at Ridgewood football game at 7 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 26. NCT Reunion: Members of the Newcomerstown High School class of 1955 will have their reunion Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 26 – 27. The Saturday buffet-style dinner will be at 5 p.m. at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 151 West State St. On Sunday, there will be a breakfast served in the fellowship hall before the 10 a.m. worship service at the church. Class member Dr. Alfred “Duke” Heller will speak during the service. For reservations or additional information, call Shirley Willer Kirkpatrick at 740-545-6549 or Duke and Wanda Rogers Heller at 614-746-1636. Reunion: The annual Cognion Reunion will be Aug. 27 at RHDD gym, the former Washington School, located at 1517 Chestnut Street. Dinner will be at 12:30 p.m. Please bring a covered dish. Meat and drinks will be provided. Wilden Reunion: The Wilden reunion will be Aug. 27 at the Conesville Fire Station at noon. 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